Patrick Turbide, ISE
Director of Information Technology Services
Patrick Turbide is an Information System Engineer and the Director of Information Technology services at CTMH Doctors Hospital where he oversees all information and electronic processing requirements of the hospital. Patrick has over 28 years’ experience in informatics sciences and technologies, where he has worked in industries ranging from manufacturing, Hedge Funds, bonds & PE Funds, and as of 2016 has riveted on the Healthcare industry.
As Director of information technology services, Patrick is responsible to maintain and deploy new and improved secured information systems to encompass all the requirements of patient medical records processing, electronic claims processing, with the goal to develop an interactive patient/physician hospital internet portal. Part of his scope is also to ensure all clinical systems adhere to strict domestic and global regulatory and security compliance.
In 2009, Patrick managed data assets for fund administrators exceeding three billion dollars in AUM’s where he served as CTO for Advanced Fund Administration Ltd. As a private consultant, Patrick has consulted fortune 500 companies including Citrix Systems, HEICO Aerospace Corporation, and other public sector clients locally such as the Cayman Islands government. During his tenor as a private consultant, Patrick developed business process and controls to operate client’s Electric Data Interchange (EDI) requirements for large trading partners such as Walmart, Lowes, Tractor Supplies, AMEX, Capital One.
Patrick’s portfolio of technologies includes EPICOR Vantage ERP/MRP system, IBM Sterling Order Management system (formerly AT&T Sterling Commerce) EDI technologies, VMware, Sungard, Microsoft, CISCO and several core technologies in the IT sector. Patrick’s especially enjoys tackling difficult IT challenges and achieving strong TCO and ROI performances.
On his time off, Patrick enjoys wine tastings, culinary arts, fishing, sailing and hacking open source software with special love toward FreeBSD.